KI 394. The Sandpipers (4). Young Generation, Ali Baba (7", Single, Promo).
A Gift of Song was an LP album by The Sandpipers, released by A&M Records in March 1971 with catalog number SP 4328. Other international releases included Canada (A&M SP 4328), Germany (A&M 85 870 IT), and the United Kingdom (A&M AMLS 64328). The album was reissued on CD in Japan in 2002 and again in 2014.
Overdue (The Sandpipers album). Overdue was the final LP album by The Sandpipers, released by Satril Records in 1977 in the . and the Philippines with catalog number SATL 4006. Spanish releases occurred in 1978 (Satril STC-5001) and again in 1984 (Satril 5. 71).
The Sandpipers Tracklist. About The Sandpipers. The Sandpipers Q&A. More The Sandpipers albums. Digitally Remastered Best.
Studio album by The Sandpipers. A Gift of Song was an LP album by The Sandpipers, released by A&M Records in 1971 with catalog number SP 4328. A programmer's delight, this LP includes "Never Can Say Goodbye," "Never My Love" and the title tune.
While the project bears certain stylistic similarities to its predecessor, there are more than a few distinctions between the two.
Then Ali Baba climbed down and went to the door concealed among the bushes, and said: Open Sesame! It flew open. Ali Baba, who expected a dull, dismal place, was greatly surprised to find it large and well lighted, hollowed by the hand of man in the form of a vault, which received the light from an opening in the ceiling. I found this story to be too gruesome for young listeners (5 years old) Cutting someone up into quarters and then sewing the body back together was too descriptive. Also killing the thieves with hot oil was also quite graphic for young children. Please give more warnings at the beginning about the content of the story. Marla - May 21, 2010.
|KI 394||The Sandpipers||Young Generation / Ali Baba (7", Single)||Kismet||KI 394||US||1966|